BenQ X series LCD displays released

Posted on Monday, Dec 10 2007 @ 08:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
BenQ has released four new X-series LCD displays: the BenQ 19" X900, 19" X900W, 20" X2000W and 22" X2200W.
BenQ’s X series LCD monitor features a stylish black color and checkered flag pattern at base. Equipped with Senseye+Game technology, X series provides six specialized display modes (Standard, Dynamic, Movies, Photos, Action Game and Racing Game) to deliver the widest range of viewing experiences. Among them, two dedicated gaming modes – Action Game and Racing Game – give consumers the power to configure gaming experiences and engage them into the heart of the game. BenQ’s exclusive Senseye+Game Technology provides consumers with the ultimate visual clarity, depth and richness. Image quality is automatically and dynamically improved to deliver exquisite clarity that’s bolder and brighter, immersing the consumer into the action.

By using AMA Technology, BenQ improves the gray to gray response time for clearer images. Consumers can see a more realistic picture quality without any ghosts or lagging while watching DVDs or playing games. To improve video performance, BenQ LCD monitors also come equipped with HDMI, allowing easy connection of HD enabled equipment such as HD DVD players and the latest gaming consoles.

Furthermore, PerfectMotion technology and 92% color gamut are embedded in higher end model — BenQ X2200W. PerfectMotion is a new technology, a dynamic video display processing technology that creates a new standard for LCD monitors – Motion Picture Response Time (MPRT). PerfectMotion can provide world leading 8ms MPRT while other typical panels provide over 20ms MPRT. 92% color gamut provides higher saturation of color space which human eyes can sense more vivid and colorful images display on LCD screen.

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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